Tunde Adebimpe Net Worth

Tunde Adebimpe was born on February 26, 1975, is Actor, Animation Department, Soundtrack. Tunde Adebimpe was born as Babatunde Omoroga Adebimpe. He is known for his work on Rachel Getting Married (2008), Never Back Down (2008) and The Invisible (2007).
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Who is it? Actor, Animation Department, Soundtrack
Birth Day February 26, 1975
Birth name Babatunde Omoroga Adebimpe
Genres Experimental rock, indie rock
Occupation(s) Singer, actor, director, animator, visual artist
Instruments Vocals, loops
Years active 1998–present
Associated acts TV on the Radio, Higgins Waterproof Black Magic Band, Nevermen, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Massive Attack, Tinariwen, Lee Scratch Perry, Run the Jewels

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In 1998, Adebimpe worked as one of the initial animators of MTV's hyper-violent claymation program Celebrity Deathmatch.


He starred in a 2001 indie movie, Jump Tomorrow, based on a short college film, Jorge, in which he played the same character.


In 2003, Adebimpe directed the music video for the Yeah Yeah Yeahs song "Pin".


In 2008 he appeared as the groom in Jonathan Demme's Rachel Getting Married alongside Anne Hathaway, who portrayed the bride's wayward sister. In the film, Adebimpe performs an a cappella cover of the Neil Young song "Unknown Legend".


In 2009, Adebimpe released a self-published art comic, "Plague Hero". The painted book depicts a boxing match between two anthropomorphic characters. Randomly selected copies contained an DVD of "Mystery Sh*t", a compilation of song sketches and animations from Adebimpe's archives.


In 2010, Adebimpe was featured on his TV on the Radio bandmate Dave Sitek's project Maximum Balloon on the track Absence of Light.


In 2011, Adebimpe directed "Nine Types of Light", the visual companion to the band's acclaimed fourth album. For the film, he recruited a roster of the band's favorite filmmakers to helm individual clips that would be sewn together into an abstract narrative about dreams, love, fame and the Future. Adebimpe directed the video for the song "Forgotten", as well as the interstitial clips where a chorus of narrators help try to connect the dots between the film's various segments.


In 2012, Adebimpe formed the band Higgins Waterproof Black Magic Band, who released their self-titled EP on their own ZNA records in October 2013.


Originally a Cartoonist, Adebimpe still maintains a design, drawing and painting practice. In addition to art directing all of TV on the Radio's album covers, he painted the cover for the band's 2013 single "Mercy".


Adebimpe provided the vocals on Bad Radio, a track on Leftfields' Alternative Light Source album in 2015.


Adebimpe is a member of the group Nevermen with Mike Patton and Doseone. Their debut album Nevermen was released in 2016.


In May 2017, Adebimpe will premiere "A Warm Weather," a live, multimedia performance work commissioned by the Walker Art Center, in Minneapolis. The work is billed as "a universe of song, story, and animation. Conceived of as a hero’s narrative pushed through a psychedelic fever dream, the surreal A Warm Weather Ghost unravels and bewilders. Be captivated as a crew of guest Musicians and vocalists, narration, and large-scale projected visual art and animation by Adebimpe coalesce into a magically disorienting and unforgettable happening."